BROOKFIELD, Wis.—Exact Metrology has unveiled its Artec LEO 3D scanner.
The new scanner offers onboard automatic processing with an integrated touch panel user, which the firm said frees users from being tied to a computer for data capture.
The scanner has a 3D reconstruction rate of 80 frames per second, making it the fastest professional scanner on the market. With its large field of view, Exact Metrology said Artec LEO can scan and process large objects and scenes quickly and accurately.
LEO has the ability to scan in sunlight, as well as capture dark and shiny objects and is equipped with a 4-inch LCD screen to capture images of the data. The firm said it comes equipped with two cameras, one is a range camera for 3D geometry and the other is a color camera used to capture color texture data.
Artec LEO comes with built-in battery and wireless connectivity, and Exact Metrology it can stream to a second device to upload data.
For more information, visit wexactmetrology.com.
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